Each participant received a free t-shirt at the ride in Luzerne County.
Proceeds from the ride will help ensure the organization can continue to eliminate poverty housing. Organizers say that Habitat for Humanity would not be able to complete its mission without volunteers and charitable gifts.
“Supplies are getting much more expensive so. The average house we sell is $75,000. Every dollar counts!” said executive director Karen Evans Kaufer. Martin was a long-time volunteer for Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity. He lost his battle with cancer at the age of 70.
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